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Do you think it's a good idea for Netflix to split up their DVD and streaming into 2 separate companies? #qwikster

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On Sep 19, 2011 9:24 PM Sol commented:

Yeah, I think it's pretty obvious that people don't think the split made a whole lot of sense. I really wonder how this is going to affect their stock price.
On Sep 19, 2011 4:11 PM Anonymous commented:

Yes, they have less competition in streaming. Other companies are chipping away at their DVD sales. Maybe this will make them commit to growing their streaming library.
On Sep 19, 2011 3:49 PM Anonymous commented:

Nope - to me, it makes a bad situation worse. You go from increasing fees to making it more difficult to manage both services. I really hope someone else comes along and introduces a simple and affordable solution to replace them.
On Sep 19, 2011 3:00 PM Anonymous commented:

I don't think this is a great move. It sounds of desperation. You have a solid brand that have had a few miscues as of late, are you guys doing this just because you want to add games to the mix and therefor the "flix" in netflix isn't valid? Blockbuster is "movie-centric" and they had no problem incorporating games into their model. Not sure about this. Glad I sold my stock two weeks ago. Should have sold it three months ago when it was at 300.